After seven years of Showtime’s Californication, David Duchovny doesn’t seem intent on getting roped into more long-term projects any time soon, and he thinks the shortened schedule for the upcoming X-Files revival is a good sign of what TV needs to survive.
Fans who are ecstatically anticipating another opportunity to prove that “the truth is out there” with the upcoming limited run revival of The X-Files will probably be thrilled to know that FBI agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully won’t be the only characters from the original series who will see a return.
We have fantastic news for fans of The X-Files this morning. Fox has confirmed that The X-Files will be returning for a brand new limited series run. We don't know exactly when it will be back, yet, but there are plenty of more exciting details related to the new episodes!
Interest in The X-Files has been high in recent months, ever since Fox announced that the popular nineties and early 2000s drama might go the way of 24 and get reworked for a limited series run. Now, it seems that audiences are even closer to an X-Files return.
Every month, Netflix features a revolving door of content, including original programs and comedy specials, movies, popular TV shows and more. Currently, Netflix is listing Fox’s popular science fiction series The X-Files as leaving the subscription streaming service.
The truth has been out there for a long time now. In this particular case, the “truth” is that David Duchovny has wanted to return to the conspiracy-driven world of The X-Files whenever possible. But that was when it everyone was focused on making a third feature. Will Fox Mulder come back on TV?
It’s almost official. After speculation, and teasing from Mulder and Scully themselves, Fox has finally announced that they are in talks with series creator Chris Carter to revive the supernatural, super-successful cult-classic, The X-Files.
The X-Files aired for almost a decade, which isn't common for drama series these days. If NBC's Hannibal has similar longevity, perhaps it'll have Gillian Anderson to thank for it, at least a little bit, anyway. The former X-Files star is set for a multi-episode arc in Bryan Fuller's drama series.
ABC is moving into The X-Files territory with a paranormal investigation series coming this summer. The network has ordered Weird Desk straight to series to join the new drama Mistresses on the summer of 2013 schedule.
A lot of TV shows have found ways to expand their vision in the world of comics. The X-Files has been published off and on since the show was still on the air